Identity with Charleston reference. The ‘dot’ in the client’s name has been replaced with an exclamation mark, altering the tone of voice and emphasising the fun of ‘the UK’s friendliest swing dance club’.
Identity based on the building’s distinctive Victorian architecture, giving a historical site a contemporary edge, to reflect the variety of art exhibitions to be held there.
Interactive website which draws inspiration from the brand’s Victorian Bustle signature design and their decadent styling.
Identity for a pop-up boutique with an air of shabby chic.
Customised CMS sorting exhibitions into current, future and past by date order. The gallery’s most distinctive feature, its wallpaper, is used as a background.
Black & White identity suited to guerilla art style printings methods (photocopying, stickers, stamping etc.) for an independent arts festival.
Identity which can be altered for a variety of print and merchandise usages with different tag-lines.
Trash Cannes Festival identity in use on merchandising.
Alternate ‘night’ version of logo for web and print use.
Identity in situ, on the building which informed the design.